Student Excellence and Achievement Program Review

I was emailed a position about working with a company called SEA Achievement Program or also known as the student excellence achievement program. Not thinking, I thought this was a job offer I got from the numerous job ads I responded too through kijiji or indeed. Later on with working the job I noticed things weren’t adding up. My job description was to work a 9AM – 5PM job making powerpoint presentations for foreign exchange students to know about Calgary before they visit. I was told to add a app called telegram in order to reach contact with the woman who gave me the job. The number she has provided is the same number on the company website. There came a specific day where I was asked to receive $2400 from an acclaimed sponsor that will pay for the students stay that are coming to Calgary. The students coming to Calgary were acclaimed to stay for a week and were coming from Germany. That confused me a bit as on the website, it said students were suppose to travel the world. Mostly Europe or America and mentioned nothing about Canada. I received the payment and was repeatedly called and messaged to be updated about what was going on with the funds. I was told to take out $2400 and deposit it else where. I failed to do so and was asked to e-transfer it back to her. 3 days later was supposedly my "pay day" from this company and the woman named Stefania Paolini stopped responding through the telegram app as well as my phone calls. I later had friends and my boyfriend look at the website and the details and I was blinded to see now that I was a victim of this fraudulent behaviour. To this present day, I have been emailed again now by a woman named Elizabeth Gilbert who has the same tactic that the previous woman used. The company she is representing is called stainfieldjobs.com. She is now asking for personal information such as pictures of drivers license, passport or medical cards that I think are resulting to identity theft. If she could be stopped as well that’d be great.

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